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Librarian, Interrupted



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Why I love working with kids!Librarian, Interrupted

Wed, 16 Mar 2011 23:23:58 +0000

Well, there’s not really one single reason I love working with kids, and to be honest there are definitely those days that are trying, but they definitely don’t detract from the extraordinary days like today. I was surprised today by my wonderful, energetic, talkative, exuberant, etc. Drama Club kids with flowers and cards (and even […](image)


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You forgot your bag? No worries!Librarian, Interrupted

Fri, 25 Feb 2011 23:36:59 +0000

What a cool idea! Check-out-able library bags! I was visiting a fellow librarian and friend at the Brookfield Public Library when I noticed a rack of library bags next to the circ desk. Then it got better! I saw they had barcodes on them! Wow! So, when you come to the library and you decide […](image)


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It’s been almost a year… for shame! Now for 21 Things.Librarian, Interrupted

Mon, 16 Aug 2010 17:14:43 +0000

Yes, I realized as I got started on the 21 Things for Children Librarians that my last post was almost a year ago. Granted it’s been a very busy year for me, and the grief of losing my dear Skippy cat last year was enough to keep me offline much of the time. And, now […](image)


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In Loving Memory of My Dear Skippy CatLibrarian, Interruptedskippy at camp site

Sun, 30 Aug 2009 19:15:13 +0000

I had to let my best friend go a few weeks ago and it’s been by far the hardest thing I’ve ever done and most heartbreaking thing I’ve ever dealt with. She spent most of her last day outside in the yard snoozing in the grass smiling her precious little kitty smile and purring nonstop. […](image)


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I met Neil Gaiman today. :DLibrarian, InterruptedThe line: on Twitpic

Sun, 12 Jul 2009 03:03:17 +0000

That’s me in the black right up front and center!  Woohoo!  (Neil Gaiman took this pic and tweeted it!)(image)


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Libraries should use LinuxLibrarian, Interrupted

Fri, 15 May 2009 19:07:12 +0000

Why do libraries spend thousands of dollars a year on Microsoft Windows licenses for pc’s that are only used for access to the internet?  I’m no expert by any means, so it’s possible that they think it’s worth it so they won’t need a separate server for those computers, but in reality they probably already have a […](image)


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Read Green – Live GreenLibrarian, Interrupted

Thu, 07 May 2009 16:46:53 +0000

If you’re reading this blog you’re probably reading pretty green, at least when you can.  But…  are you really living green as you can?  Check out these tips from The Onion to see what simple changes you can make. Seriously though, Read Green and Live Green!(image)


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Netflix has a long tail. It’s true, I saw it in the library.Librarian, Interrupted

Wed, 15 Apr 2009 21:11:11 +0000

Library Journal published a short article last year about small libraries using Netflix to supply movies to patrons.  It’s a short article and doesn’t say much, but the interest and ideas it sparks make up a hundred fold for the small amount of screenspace it needs to be read – at least for me.  At the time I thought […](image)


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Nooks and Crannies at the LibraryLibrarian, Interrupted

Tue, 31 Mar 2009 19:34:05 +0000

I just wanted to share a quick thought I had this morning about nooks and crannies.  And, no it was not because I was eating an english muffin with nooks and crannies.  Although I do like them, and probably would have preferred one over my morning oatmeal.  I started out thinking about how people usually feel comfortable in a bookstore, […](image)


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Meebo, where are you?Librarian, Interrupted

Tue, 31 Mar 2009 18:29:20 +0000

I’m noticing this same problem on some other pages, so I’m wondering…  Did meebo do some kind of update that means I need to grab new code for my widget?  I guess I could just do it, but I’m feeling lazy today, and I liked it the way it was. Oh meebo, meebo, meebo.  Where, […](image)


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